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Daily Red Sox Links: Rick Porcello, Dustin Pedroia, Craig Kimbrel

Today's links look at Boston's happiness with the Winter Meetings, why the team is confident with their outfield, and Fenway's expanded netting.

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It wasn't an overly busy Winter Meetings for the Red Sox, but they're satisfied with how things went. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Rob Bradford looks at some things we learned this week in Nashville. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Even if Boston is done, it's been a very good offseason for them. Of course, winning the offseason doesn't guarantee success. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

The rotation is still something of a question mark, and a lot of it hinges on what Rick Porcello does. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

There is also some heavy reliance on the relatively unproven Jackie Bradley and Rusney Castillo. Why is the team so confident in them? (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Here's a look back at Craig Kimbrel's down 2015, which was still incredible. (Brett Cowett; BP Boston)

Dave Dombrowski spoke to Dustin Pedroia about how to improve the latter's defense. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Red Sox president Sam Kennedy explains the plan to expand Fenway's netting. (Ryan Hannable; WEEI)

Boston picked up a couple of players in the minor-league portion of the Rule 5 draft. (James Dunne; Sox Prospects)